Figured how to get into this yet?
- claudine (0)
- [2006-09-20 6:40]
This is an excellent macro with good details and composition. Very good POV, DOF and colors. Well seen and well done. Thanks,
- valy67 (9219)
- [2006-09-20 7:00]
Hello Tim !
These insects are so beautiful, with their bright colors. You have excellent details on your picture, and it is nicely composed, I like how the bug is sitting on the top of this fig. Very well done !
- uleko (10940)
- [2006-09-20 7:40]
Great shot of this little bug, its crystal clear and very beautiful against the background. Good composition.
excellente netteté sur l'insecte avec juste autour du flou,belles couleurs naturelles.
je regrette seulement de ne pas profiter d'une note ecrite en bon français de chez nous!
- SkyF (8073)
- [2006-09-20 8:33]
very good macro, nice DOF and very good sharpness on you subject. Colors, POV and details are wonderful. Looks like there is another one of these bugs in the BG.
Very crisp and sharp picture of this colourful bug, Tim. I too shot some bugs in India recently with similar markings on their backs. I must compare notes to see if it is the same species when I post them in the near future.
You have done well to keep the split fruit within the frame in justification of your caption.
Well done and TFS.
A Ordem Hemiptera tem sempre belas espécies. Esta é especialmente bonita. Great click, excellent colors. TFS and congratulations.
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2006-10-04 13:14]
Great macro shot, Tim. Tremendous colours, sharpness and details of the bug. Amazing captured scene, excellent POV and DOF. Lighting and exposure of your shot are perfect too. My compliments and TFS.
- oscarromulus (42)
- [2006-11-26 16:46]
Your notes are precise & clear.
Your composition is magnificient. Sharp details.
The frame has been done with "taste"
Very well presented.
- njmv79 (692)
- [2007-01-15 5:39]
great Macro my friend, very nice colors, red, green, black, well done and TFS,
- eruyanik (5046)
- [2007-04-10 14:44]
i like the rumour on the title Tim! Perhaps a little bit later it found out the way. Great sharpness and impressive red on the bug!
What a marvelous mask on this Fire Bug! I think I came across another post where it was called a Seed Bug... Perhaps like the Coltsfoot / Son-before-father it goes by several common names. The key of course is the scientific name. For me this is just a beautiful bug! < aka Bute Bug > I like the presentation on the fig! Does it feed on those? Tfs, Jay
PS Sorry no WS! ;)
- scharan1 (820)
- [2008-12-02 12:37]
Bela fotografia...ótima composição, gostei do desfocado deixando o inseto realçar detalhes interessantes e cores lindas...muito curioso, meus parabéns pelo trabalho!